Win the Sugar War: 100 Real-life Stories of Conquering Cravings--and Pounds

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Berkley Books, Jan 20, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 242 pages
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In collaboration with the nutrition editor of "Prevention(" magazine, 100 men and women reveal how they managed to slim down and stay disease-free without giving up every last granule of sugar. Their stories describe the action that helped them conquer their desire for sweets.

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Win the Sugar War: 100 Real-Life Stories of Conquering Cravings--And Pounds

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This sequel to Win the Fat War comes from the nutrition editor of Prevention magazine, who explains that the urge to indulge in sweets may result from low energy, mindless habit, genetics, stress ... Read full review

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Older book so not the most up to date regarding artifical sweetners, but good tips from lots of different people regarding how to resolve a sweet tooth issue. The one great take-away for me is that 5 ... Read full review

Contents

What Causes Those Cravings?
12
Take Control of Your Sweet Tooth
33
Lift Your Mood Without Food
113
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About the author (2003)

is a registered dietitian and the nutrition editor of Prevention magazine. A member of the American Dietetic Association, she has appeared as a guest expert on many television and radio shows, including NBC's weekend Today, The discovery Channel's Home Matters, and Good Day New York. She lives near Philadelphia

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